PRINCE ANDREW was "suckered in" by Jeffrey Epstein because he was "pathetic" and suffered from "classic inferiority feelings", a royal commentator has claimed. Tina Brown, ex-editor of Vanity Fair and author of the recently published The Palace Papers: Inside the House of Windsor, the Truth and the Turmoil, slammed Prince Andrew for having the “worst judgement” about people.
EXCLUSIVE: Bill Clinton's special advisor who let Jeffrey Epstein into the White House seven times and flew on the Lolita Express dies at 59 - the latest associate of the former President to suffer an early demise
Mark Middleton was Bill Clinton's special advisor who admitted Jeffrey Epstein to the White House on seven of the at least 17 times the late pedophile visited Middleton's family said that he passed away on Saturday at the age of 59 in a statement which did not reveal the cause of death
Prince Andrew ‘condemned to life of ridicule’ after $16M settlement with sex abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre, says lawyer
PRINCE Andrew has been condemned to a “life of ridicule” due to his $16 million settlement with sex abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre, the lawyer who helped bring down Jeffrey Epstein told The Sun. Florida-based attorney Bradley Edwards described the Duke of York as “stupid” for maintaining contact with Epstein even after he became a convicted sex offender in 2008.
EXCLUSIVE: Less than a QUARTER of Jeffrey Epstein's $636M estate remains three years after his death as $144.5M is paid out to his victims while property expenses and legal fees drain his accounts
Jeffrey Epstein's estate was valued at $636million when he hanged himself in his cell at the Metropolitan Correction Center in New York in 2019 DailyMail.com can reveal that less than a quarter - or $154million - of that wealth remains today, according to documents Taxes and upkeep of his properties make up nearly $3million worth of quarterly expenses - including $2,388,205 in taxes on his New York townhouse alone
admitted that his wife had 'keener instincts' in advising him against meeting Jeffrey Epstein Bill Gates Bill Gates has admitted that he made a “mistake” in spending time with the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The Microsoft founder first met Epstein in 2011, three years after he had been convicted of soliciting sex with a minor, before inviting him to fundraising dinners for the Gates Foundation.
Bill Gates has said an Elon Musk-owned Twitter “could be worse” and that meeting the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was a mistake. In an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the Microsoft co-founder also said he maintains “a sense of humour” about the conspiracy theories that have led to people shouting at him on the street.
By James Clayton North America technology reporter In a wide-ranging interview with the BBC's Today programme, Bill Gates says conspiracy theories about him are "crazy" and that being shouted at in public is "awful". He also told the BBC's Mishal Husain that meeting Jeffrey Epstein was a "mistake" and talks about Elon Musk's recent public criticism of him.
He has declined to confirm allegations of extramarital affairs 'I don't think delving into particulars is constructive, but I caused pain,' he said His remarks come just days after he said working with Jeffrey Epstein a mistake Gates also admitted Melinda advised against getting involved with the financier
Bill Gates says he ‘made a huge mistake’ meeting with Jeffrey Epstein even after child sex conviction
This is not the first time that Gates said he made a mistake by meeting with the convicted financier (Related) Bill Gates on his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has once again said that he made a “huge mistake” in attending meetings with convicted sexual offender Jeffery Epstein.
'She got the dog!' Bill Gates reveals how he split wealth with Melinda in $130bn divorce despite having no prenup as he admits he is still 'grieving'
Bill Gates said he is 'grieving' the break-up of his 27-year marriage to Melinda He said the couple are still friends, despite her previously denying it The billionaire also admitted meetings with Jeffrey Epstein were a 'huge mistake' . The Microsoft founder, 65, revealed the pair did not have a prenuptial agreement but amicably split their vast wealth, although she kept the family dog.
Bill Gates has admitted that his past meetings with disgraced paedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein were a huge mistake on his part. Gates, one of the richest men in the world, met up with Epstein a number of times at various philanthropic events promoting the charity that he runs with his ex-wife Melinda French-Gates.
Bill Gates says he 'made a huge mistake' meeting with Jeffrey Epstein for fundraising dinners and that his presence gave the billionaire pedophile 'credibility'
Microsoft founder , 66, has said his meetings with were a 'huge mistake' He first met Epstein at his Manhattan townhouse in 2011 after a conviction In an interview with The Times Gates said their meetings had been a 'mistake' and that he 'cut them off' Became a point of contention in September 2013 between him and now ex-wife Melinda who was concerned about his relationship with convicted pedophile
A judge has denied a motion from Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend of the late Jeffrey Epstein, which would have overturned her conviction on multiple counts of sex trafficking charges. Maxwell was convicted on five charges in December 2021 and faces up to 55 years in prison for her part in the trafficking of minors who were sexually abused by Epstein.